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"if you look at the definition of terrorism, what they have done is very reptilian, very slivery, so nasty. They have included in the 
definition of terrorism "threats to and including its economic security". So if you do anything that threatens the economic 
security of Canada, you are engaging in a terrorist act. Now, in addition to all the problems of protest, there is something even 
more insidious than this than just what is found in the definition of terrorism. Another part of this omnibus bill (Bill C 36) is that 
they've re-defined the Official Secrets Act and renamed it the State Security Act. Under that legislation, S3 of that act (Official 
Secrets Act) which is S.27 of this Bill C36, it says "for the purpose of this act a purpose is prejudicial to the safety or interest of 
the state if a person..." Then there are various thing that a person can do to endanger the security of the state: 
(a) "interferes with the service facility or system or computer program" (b) "damages property" (c) (really offensive) "adversely 
affects the stability of the Canadian economy, a financial system, or any financial market in Canada without reasonable 
economic or financial justification" So boycotts of the markets or the banks on ethical or environmental grounds are now an act 
of terrorism... And then, here are the ones that are really nice, (d) "impairs or threatens the capability of the government or the 
Bank of Canada to protect against or respond to economic or financial threats or instability (e) "impairs or threatens the 
capability of the government of Canada to conduct diplomatic or consular relations or conduct and manage international 
negotiation. So, no more Quebec city protests. They are all an act of terrorism. No protesting any stock market, any financial 
market, or ethical or environment laws. So that's how broad this bill is, and that's how broad the net has been cast. "C35 which 
broadens state immunity to state terrorists or dignitaries from abroad from international organization. If they are terrorists its 
OK. They are immune from our law; C22 that makes lawyers spies for the government. They have to report suspicious activity 
and not tell their client; and C42 that's just been introduced which allows ministers to delegate authority to their officers to 
declare military security zones on the spot, issue orders on the spot, and nobody can discuss the orders, even the subject of 
the order, because if you discuss it or publicize it, that's a separate criminal offence; If you take all these bills together, it 
doesn't take a rocket scientist to see that what we have here is a road map for, essentially, I am not exaggerating, a military 
junta, really in the hands of four cabinet ministers who can delegate right down to the ground." 

Canada's Anti- Terrorism Laws- Bills C36, C22, C35, C42. Presentation by Rocco Galati at a forum sponsored by the Scientists For Peace Toronto, 
December 2001 (Canada's Globalization, Militarization, Police State Agenda) 

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LIFE IS A JOURNEY we are all constantly moving going places new 
adventures new people new experiences <7fe world is more then a 60^ we 

I cannot Cimit our experience of it to our own familiar four watts. We cannot take it in using 
[i a computer or a television. It's a lesson that can only be learned by absorption . You' 
, can't buy culture in a can. Shut off your TV. Leave your car in the 
driveway and walk or take the bus somewhere. You will be shocked 
by the experiences that will bombard your senses beyond your 
control. You are not in the drivers seat anymore. People will come and go 
in and out of your life faster then you can remember their faces. (Rich and 

POOR, they are all equally vulnerable in the streets. We may live in 
Cities, but Still the Laws of the Jungle apply. Adventure is just a bus ride away. 
BUY THE TICKET „TAKE THE RIDE 



Get out of 
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SHUT UP! 
That incessant babble 
Meaningless gossip 
Of who's doing who. 
Gonna wear that today? 
Do I care? 
Do I have to endure 
Your ear pollution 
Clouding my mind? 
Put me out of 
Your misery, 
And image-worshipping 
"Necessary to you" 
Nonsense. 
Can't stand to 
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Natural rights are those which appertain to man in right of his existence, of this kind are all the intellectual rights, or 
rights of the mind, and also all those rights of acting as an individual for his own comfort and happiness, which are 
not injurious to the natural rights of others. Civil -rights are those which appertain to man in right of being a member 
of society. Every civil right has for its foundation, some natural right pre-existing in the individual, but to the 
enjoyment of which his individual power is not, in all cases, sufficiently competent. Of this kind are all those which 
relate to security and protection, tefrhomas Paine, The Rights of Man, New York: Penguin Books, 1 985, p.68. 



Consider individual capital (or social capital, or individual 
social capital)as being equal to monetary capital. 
Individual capital comprises inalienable or personal 
traits of persons, tied to their bodies and available only- 
through their own free will, such as skill, creativity, 
enterprise, courage, capacity for moral example, non- 
communicable wisdom, invention or empathy, non-transferable 
personal trust and leadership. 

It was recognized as an intangible quality of persons in 
economics back to at least Adam Smith. He distinguished 
it (as 'enterprise 1 ) from labour (economics) which can be 
coerced and is usually seen as strictly imitative (learned or 
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.GRIMEY: We were driving in the van one 
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them! Should be anarchy!" And 
got deported to the states, wa 
van!" And then I was like, "Va 
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how Vancouver has, like, nothi 
people think it would have. Va 
was started, and there's, like 
all. We've done more than them 
CODY: And we're going to do a monthly, 
calendar of vans posing. 
OD: AnyANY IDEAS ON HOW YOU'LL GET THEM 
DANGLE A GAS CAN AT A CERTAIN ANGLE 
BETH: Or a new muffler. 



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them, have the intellect to ar asp and idea as mind-bending as "Masters of 

Stars" - an idea that we still struggle with today - and understand ther^gs 

being real? My question is actually, what happened to this cosmic 

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EVEN THOUGH HE DID NOT TECHNICALLY WIN THE ELECTION IN 2000, GOERGE DUBYA SQUATTED HIS WAY IN 
OFFICE. I THEN LOGICALLY ASSUMED THAT AFTER HE SQUANDERED THE NATIONAL SURPLUS, TURNED THE 
ECONOMY UPSIDE DOWN AND INVADED IRAQ THE VOTERS WOULD TURN HIM OUT OF OFFICE. THE SCORES OF 
DEAD WOULD BE CONVINCING I THOUGHT. BUT HE GOT RE-ELECTED BECAUSE HIS MOTTO WAS "DON'T 
CHANGE A HORSE IN THE MIDDLE OF A STREAM'. I FOUND THIS REITTERATED BY MOST AMERICANS I MET. "LET 
HIM FINISH HIS WAR" ONE YOUNG MAN TOLD ME. HE TOLD ME HE WAS A CANADIAN LIVING IN THE STATES. HE 
APPLIED FOR HIS GREEN CARD. THE INS TOLD HIMK HE HAD TO SIGN UP WITH THE US MARINES TO GET ANY 
STATUS. A NEW REQUIREMNETI DIDN'T HAVE WHEN I LIVED THERE. THAT WOULD HAVE TURNED ME OFF. 
FOR A CANADIAN HE HAD A US ACCENT AND I WAS ALARMED WHEN HE ASKED ME WHAT A TURBIN MEANT AND 
BEGAN MAKING FUN OF AN ELDERLY EAST INDIAN GENTLEMAN. HE OBVIOUSLY SKIPPED HIS DRAFT AND FLED 
HERE. BUT HE STILL AGREES WITH EVERY MOVE BUSH MAKES. IF A GOVERNMENT ENTITY WAS PURSECUTING 
ME I'D VOTE THEIR ASS OUT. WHY GIVE HIM 4 MORE YEARS TO FUCK MORE SHIT UP? WHICH COMES TO MY 
NEXT POINT: DURING WW2 ROSEVELT STAYED IN OFFICE SINCE THE DEPRESSION TILL THE VERY LAST DAYS OF 
THE WAR BEFORE HE DIED. THE SENATE DECREED A NATIONAL EMERGENCY AND VOTED THE PRESIDENT 
"EXTRA POWERS" LE. MORE THAN 2, TERMS. TECHNICALLY THERE'S A WAR ON RIGHT NOW. GREAT EXCUSE 
ESPECIALLY WHEN ITS A UNWINABLE QUAGMIRE. THE US COULD STILL BE FIGHTING 10 YEARS FROM NOW. 




AND IT WAS ALL AVOIDABLE. BUSH WANTED IT. HUNTER S. THOMPSON GOT TO HANG AROUND SOME REAL 
EVIL PEOPLE IN HIS TIME. NIXON WAS HIS FAVORITE AND I'M SURE THAT HE LEARNED ALOT FROM OLD TRICKY 
DICK. THEY HATED EACH OTHER LIKE RIVAL SCHOOL YARD BULLIES. BUT THEY HAD A MUTUAL RESPECT. 
THEY BOTH WOULD GO HOME AND TELL THEIR CHILDREN WHAT A HORRIBLE MONSTER THE OTHER WAS. THE 
ACTUALLY NEEDED EACH OTHER. YOU ALWAYS NEED A CLEAR OPPOSITE TO DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION AND 
ENERGY PEOPLE, GENERALLY WHEN PUT TOGETHER, BEGIN FORMING GROUPS AND EYEING THE OTHER 
"RIVAL" GROUPS. NIXON WILL BE HAUNTED THROUGH ETERNITY FOR ALL THE INSTABILITY HE CAUSED ASIA, 
NOT TO MENTION THE MILLIONS OF DEAD. AFTER HANGING AROUND A BUNCH OF GUYS LIKE THAT THOMPSON 
SAID THAT POLITICIANS WER LIKE JUNKIES, AND THEY ALL NEEDED THEIR FIX. AND THEY WILL LIE STEAL AND 
CHEAT TO GET WHAT THEY WANT. AND WHEN THEYRE CAUGHT THEY LIE. AND THE FIX IS WINNING. A 
FRIEND OF MINE WHO IS A VIETNAM VETERAN SAID IF HE HAD A CHOICE BETWEEN BUSH AND NIXON, THAT 
HE'D TAKE THE LATTER. THATS SCARY. WORSE THAN VIETNAM. DECISIONS THAT WERE STUPIDER THAN THE 
ONES THAT WERE MADE BACK THEN. OUCH! AND THE PROSPECT THAT BUSH WILL ASK THE SENATE FOR 
"EMERGENCY" POWERS TO FIGHT THE TERRORIST THREAT. UKE THE EMPEROR IN STAR WARS. AND THEY ALSO 
BOTH FABRICATED THEIR MUTUAL WARS. THEY ALSO PLAYED BOTH SIDES. AND AT THE END THE ONLY 
PERSON THAT REALLY WON ANYTHING WAS... ? 
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I am so sick of ever hearing anyone ever bring up the whole "humans 
only use 15% (or whatever) of their brain" thing. 

How does that matter in any way in any argument. 
It's often used in "if only we could use the other 85% (or 4 

whatever) we could " comments. I 

Well fuck that! How do you know what we could or couldn't do if wel 
used more of our brains. j 

How many of your thoughts are actually productive! I can't speak I 
for anyone else, but most of my thoughts are spent on useless 
trivial bullshit. If I used 100% of my brain, I'd probably continue 
to spend 3% on productivity and have 97% to spend on thinking abou" 
useless philosophical intangible nonsense, also, what I had for 
breakfast. 1 

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ON APPEAL FROM THE COURT Of' APPEAL FOR ONTARIO 

f.nrij t it u+ inri«T_ i^w — ^h^rter n f Rights — Freedom of e^T^ression — Postering — MtmiciDfi.1 w-igw 
banning posters on public property -- Whether postering a form of expression -- If so, whether 
protected by s. 2(b) -- If infringement of s. 2(b), whether justified under s. 1 -- Canadian Charter of 
Rights and Freedoms , ss. 1, 2(b). 

This appeal concerned the constitutional validity of a municipal by-law prohibiting all postering on 
public property. The issue was whether the absolute ban. on such postering infringed the Charter 
guarantee of freedom of expression, and if so whether that infringement was justified under s. 1 of the 
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unconstitutional because it was inconsistent with the guarantee of freedom of expression in s . 2(b) of 
the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 

A Justice of the Peace found that the by-law did not violate the Charter and convicted the accused. The 
appeal to Provincial Court, which was dismissed, was based on the agreed facts that postering on 
utility poles can constitute a safety hazard to workers climbing them, a traffic hazard if placed 
facing traffic, and visual and aesthetic blight contributing to litter if left too long. A majority of 
the members of the Court of Appeal found that the by-law infringed the accused's freedom of expression 
and was not justifiable under s . 1 of the Charter. The constitutional questions in this Court queried if 
the by-law limited the right guaranteed by s. 2(b) of the Charter, and if so, whether such limits were 
demonstrably justified under s. 1. 

Held: The appeal should be dismissed. 

In determining whether postering falls within the scope of s. 2(b), it must first be decided that it 
constitutes expression, and if so, whether postering on public property is protected by s. 2(b). The 
second step requires a determination of whether the purpose or effect of the by-law is* to restrict 
freedom of expression. 

Postering conveys or attempts to convey a meaning, regardless of whether it constitutes advertising, 
political speech or art. The first part of the s. 2(b) test is satisfied. 

Postering on public property, including utility poles, clearly fosters political and social decision- 
making and thereby furthers at least one of the values underlying s. 2(b). No persuasive distinction 
existed between using public space for leaflet distribution and using public property for the display 
of posters. The question was not whether or how the speaker used the forum-, but whether that use of the 
forum either furthered the values underlying the constitutional protection of freedom of expression or 
was compatible with the primary function of the property. 

The by-law was aimed at the consequences of the particular conduct in question and was not tied to 
content. On its face, it was content-neutral and prohibited all messages from being conveyed in a 
certain manner and at certain places. The purpose of the by-law -- avoiding the consequences associated 
with postering -- was "meritorious", The absolute prohibition of postering on public pjope-rtyt however, 
prevented the communication of political, cultural and artistic messages and therefore, infringed s. 
2(b). 

The objective of the by-law was pressing and substantial and -the total ban was rationally connected to 
these objectives. By prohibiting posters entirely, litter, aesthetic blight and associated hazards were 
avoided. The complete ban on Dosterinp-, however, did- not restrict expression as little as is reasonably 
possible. The by-law extended to trees, all types of poles, and all other public property. Worker 
safety was only affected when posters were attached to wooden utility poles and traffic safety was 
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